SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Jazz announced that they will make broadcast history again with their first all-female broadcast team for game and studio coverage on AT&T SportsNet later this week.
Announcing the first ever all female Utah Jazz broadcast this Friday on @ATTSportsNetRM 🧡
— Utah Jazz (@utahjazz) March 14, 2022
The broadcast will consist of a six-person commentator team featuring Krista Blunk providing the play-by-play alongside analysts Holly Rowe and Natalie Williams. Kristen Kozlowski will join the studio coverage during pregame, halftime, and post-game shows with contributions from Jennifer Azzi and Nayo Campbell.
“Thanks to the inspiration and effort of Holly Rowe, the Jazz are excited to bring together for the first time and showcase the immense talents of these female broadcasters – all with Utah connections — on an NBA stage,” said Travis Henderson senior vice president of broadcasting. “From courtside to the studio, their professional voices will provide a unique and entertaining perspective on the Jazz for all fans. It will be a very special and historic night.”
Rowe, who joined the Jazz broadcast team this past year and has been an announcer for ESPN/ABC for the last 25 years, will be joined by former WNBA Utah Starzz teammates Williams and Azzi, former BYU player Kozlowski, Pac-12 Network, Westwood One, and ESPN announcer Krista Blunk and Utah Jazz digital content reporter and producer Nayo Campbell.
The broadcast will occur during Women’s History Month on March 18 against the Los Angeles Clippers at Vivint Arena.